Paradise Resort Gold Coast

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$189 to AU$688

Paradise Resort Gold Coast is renowned as Heaven for Kids and a Paradise for Parents! Where every accommodation package includes up to four hours of supervised care for every child up to 12 years per day in the famous Zone 4 Kids Club, valued at AUD40 each. The Zone 4 Kids Club is fully supervised which allows parents time to escape the daily routine and indulge in some holiday sightseeing or precious down time.

There is also a giant Kids Water Park right in the centre of the resort, an indoor and outdoor playground, a permanent ice-skating rink plus a whole range of free daily activities and entertainment.

And while the kids are looked after parents can rediscover the art of relaxation in the exclusive Zone 4 Adults. The outdoor spa area features a large heated spa and lounge chairs offering parents a place to unwind and soak up the sunshine 'child free'.

Complete with the lagoon pool and spa, gym, bistro, cafe and bar Paradise Resort is the perfect choice for your next family holiday.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
122 Ferny Avenue
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

King Bunkhouse

Taking their kids-first philosophy a step further, the King Bunkhouse rooms feature a separate area for the kids with brightly painted bunk beds and much more all designed for the comfort and enjoyment of children (0 to 12 years). Bedding is one King bed plus one set of single bunks and an extra junior single bed (140 centimetres). Room facilities include air conditioner, hair dryer, bath and shower, direct dial telephone, small refrigerator, iron and board, tea and coffee making facilities, cutlery and crockery, remote control flat screen television, limited Foxtel channels, microwave, toaster and electronic key card access plus the kids bunk area also has its own television with XBox 360. Maximum capacity is two Adults and three Children (0 to 12 years).

Superior Resort Room

The Superior Resort Rooms are newly refurbished rooms located in Captains Quarters. Each room has one queen bed and one king single bed with room for a rollaway bed or cot to be added. Maximum of two adults and two children or three adults (not exceeding three adults or four guests in total).

Resort Interconnecting Room

The Resort Interconnecting Rooms consist of two Resort Rooms with an interconnecting door. Like the Resort Rooms, they are located in various wings and floors around the resort. They are two adjoining hotel style rooms with each room containing one queen bed, one king single bed with room for up to one rollaway bed or one baby cot in each room. Maximum two adults and six children or four adults and four children in total (not exceeding six adults or eight guests in total).

An upgrade to an aqua view room is available on request and incurs a surcharge.

Resort Room

The Resort Rooms are hotel style and located in various wings and floors around the resort. Each room has one queen bed and one king single bed with room for a rollaway bed or cot to be added. Maximum of two adults and two children or three adults (not exceeding three adults or four guests in total).

Facilities include: balcony, air conditioner, hairdryer, bath and shower, direct dial telephone, small refrigerator, iron and board, tea and coffee making facilities, remote control television with limited free to view Foxtel channels and electronic key card access.

Family Room

For larger families the Resort Family Rooms have a second bedroom off the main room, so the kids can enjoy their own space.

Bedding is one queen and one king single in the main room, two king singles in the second room. Maximum capacity is two adults and three children or four adults (not exceeding five guests in total). Room features include: balcony, air conditioner, hair dryer, bath and shower, direct dial telephone, small refrigerator, iron and board, tea and coffee making facilities, remote control television in main room, limited free to view foxtel channels, microwave and toaster. Plus to keep the kids entertained they have a television in the second room, Sony Playstation 2 and free use of DVD's and Playstation games.

Junior Bunkhouse

The Junior Bunkhouse takes the kids-first philosophy a step further, with brightly painted bunk beds, television, Playstation and much more all designed for the comfort and enjoyment of kids first.

Bedding is one queen bed and one set of bunk beds. Maximum capacity is two adults and two children. Room facilities include: balcony, air conditioner, hair dryer, bath and shower, direct dial telephone, small refrigerator, iron and board, tea and coffee making facilities, remote control television with limited free to view Foxtel channels, in-house movies, microwave, toaster and electronic key card access. Plus more to keep the kids entertained bunk beds, underwater theming, children's play desk, television in the kids area, Sony Playstation 2 and free use of DVD's and Playstation games.

Superior Junior Bunkhouse

The Superior Junior Bunkhouse takes the kids-first philosophy a step further, with brightly painted bunk beds, television, Playstation and much more all designed for the comfort and enjoyment of kids first.

Bedding is one queen bed and one set of bunk beds. Maximum capacity is two adults and two children. Room facilities include: balcony, air conditioner, hair dryer, bath and shower, direct dial telephone, small refrigerator, iron and board, tea and coffee making facilities, remote control television with limited free to view Foxtel channels, in-house movies, microwave, toaster and electronic key card access. Plus more to keep the kids entertained bunk beds, underwater theming, children's play desk, television in the kids area, Sony Playstation 2 and free use of DVD's and Playstation games.

Superior Family Room

For larger families the Superior Resort Family Rooms have a second bedroom off the main room, so the kids can enjoy their own space.

Bedding is one queen and one king single in the main room, two king singles in the second room. Maximum capacity is two adults and three children or four adults (not exceeding five guests in total). Room features include: balcony, air conditioner, hair dryer, bath and shower, direct dial telephone, small refrigerator, iron and board, tea and coffee making facilities, remote control television in main room, limited free to view foxtel channels, microwave and toaster. Plus to keep the kids entertained they have a television in the second room, Sony Playstation 2 and free use of DVD's and Playstation games.

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